HeyMath! releases a new messenger app for asking and answering questions about schoolwork

Announcing "Querry", a smartphone messenger app that is the easy way for learners to ask and answer questions about schoolwork - HeyMath.com.

Online PR News – 18-March-2014 – Singapore, Singapore – HeyMath! today announced the launch of “Querry”, a smartphone messenger app that is a new way for learners to get help from their personal or social networks.

Tapping into the recent trend of peer-to-peer learning, the app is an easy way to ask and answer questions about schoolwork. With answers stored and searchable for future use, the app has been designed to become the learner’s personal knowledge bank.

Talking about the app, HeyMath! co-founder Harsh Rajan said, “Just like WhatsApp, Querry has no gimmicks; no games and no ads. You take a picture; annotate or describe your question and zap it to your FB page or directly to people you know will help you.

Querry is currently available on Android and has been released in the Play store with a one year FREE subscription.

About HeyMath!

Founded in the year 2000 by Harsh Rajan and Nirmala Sankaran, with a formal partnership with the University of Cambridge, HeyMath! (heymath.com) is a specialist education technology company that has been featured as an example of globalization in education by Thomas L. Friedman in his bestselling book "The World Is Flat". HeyMath! is an official Partner of the Academy of Singapore Teachers and was named by Microsoft as "one of the most innovative software firms in India". Its mission is to create a flat world curriculum by diligently seeking out proven best practices from great teachers and discerning parents around the world. HeyMath! lessons are used in over 50 countries to help deepen mathematical content knowledge while enhancing classroom lessons and instruction.